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Geoff Keeling

Geoff Keeling

Geoff is a bioethicist at Google researching the ethical design and implementation of machine learning in medicine. He was an Interdisciplinary Ethics Fellow at Stanford from 2020-2021, based in the Center for Ethics in Society and The Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI). Geoff’s broader research interests sit at the intersection of moral philosophy, decision theory, and artificial intelligence. In particular, disputes about ethical decision-making under uncertainty for automated vehicles, and also the application of formal models from artificial intelligence to traditional questions in meta-ethics. His teaching covers AI law and ethics, political philosophy, formal logic, and social choice theory. Geoff is also an Associate Fellow of the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence at the University of Cambridge